The current version being debated by UKIP!

“Should the UK Independence Party's MEPs join a European Political Party and a European Political Foundation as defined under Regulation EC 2004/2003?”

Ballot papers due with Independence magazine scheduled for Monday 18-Jul-2011.
Return before Monday 15-Aug-2011
Count 16-Aug-2011

Returning Officer Steve Allison

Party Applications to form PEPPs 30-Sep-2011

CONSIDER AESOP The Lion & The Fox:

The EU was failing and was corrupt. So they pretended to be handing out money, which was just a ruse to make the greedy come to help progress their scam, but the strings attached were binding if hard to see.
The EUroRealists also came to see the offer, but didn't join a PEPP wishing to deal with The EU from outside its political clutches.
The EU asked the EUroRealists why they didn't come in as it was so lavishly rewarded and comfortable living on bribes.
The EUroRealists replied, 'Because we can see the tracks of those going in, but they are destroyed and there are no tracks showing they survived.'

Other people's lives are lessons in how we can avoid danger: it is easy to enter the house of a powerful man, but once you are inside, it may already be too late to get out.

Thursday, 12 May 2011




Here is a VERY clear warning of the need for UKIP or any other Patriotic Party representing these United Kingdoms NOT to engage in becoming part of the problem and jumping through The EU hoops!

To engage in PEPPs of any description is to aid and abet the corruption that is The EU.

Consider UKIP's position with the UKIP Group currently and shamefully functioning to enhance Farage's income and control The EFD


See also joint motion for a resolution  RC-B7-0297/2011

further to Question for Oral Answer B7‑000102/2011
pursuant to Rule 115(5) of the Rules of Procedure

on the crisis in the European fisheries sector caused by rising oil prices

Philippe de Villiers, Juozas Imbrasas
on behalf of the EFD Group

European Parliament resolution on the crisis in the European fisheries sector caused by rising oil prices
The European Parliament,
–   having regard to Commission Regulation (EC) No 69/2001 of 12 January 2001 on the application of Articles 87 and 88 of the EC Treaty to de minimis aid,
–   having regard to Commission Regulation (EC) No 875/2007 of 24 July 2007 on the application of Articles 87 and 88 of the EC Treaty to de minimis aid in the fisheries sector,
–   having regard to the Commission action plan on State aid that initiated a reform of State aid policy from 2005 to 2009,
–   having regard to Council Directive 73/238/EEC of 24 July 1973 on measures to mitigate the effects of difficulties in the supply of crude oil and petroleum products,
–   having regard to Council Directive 2009/119/EC of 14 September 2009 imposing an obligation on Member States to maintain minimum stocks of crude oil and/or petroleum products,
–   having regard to Commission Communication COM(2010)0639 entitled ‘Energy 2020 – A strategy for competitive, sustainable and secure energy’,
–   having regard to Regulation (EC) No 663/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 establishing a programme to aid economic recovery by granting Community financial assistance to projects in the field of energy,
–   having regard to its resolution P6_TA(2008)0308 on the crisis in the fisheries sector caused by rising fuel oil prices,
–   having regard to Rules 115(5) and 110(2) of its Rules of Procedure,
A. whereas it is in the interests of the European Union to safeguard fishing activity, not just for the purposes of preserving economic activity and employment, but also for food safety purposes,
B.  whereas energy is a significant operating cost factor for the fisheries sector and fishing costs are largely determined by the price of oil,
C. whereas rising fuel prices are having an impact on fishermen’s incomes,
D. whereas the economic and financial crisis is particularly affecting industry and SMEs and is posing a threat to activity and employment in primary and secondary sectors,
E.  whereas the political crises in the Maghreb and the Middle East have pushed the price of a barrel of oil above USD 100; whereas the price is still very volatile on account of the risk of political instability in the Arab world in general,
F.  whereas the recent increase in oil prices has led to a crisis in the fisheries sector and prompted serious concerns among fishermen,
G. whereas the price of European fisheries products is established by supply and demand in the fisheries sector; whereas, given the European Union's heavy dependence on imports from third countries (60 %) to supply its internal market, producers have very little or no influence on the price level of fisheries products,
H. having regard to the difficult economic situation facing the fisheries sector, which has already been badly hit by the various vessel-scrapping plans introduced following the reduction in quotas, and to the objective of reducing the size of the Union fleet in the context of the common fisheries policy,
I    having regard to Council Directive 73/238/EEC of 24 July 1973 on measures to mitigate the effects of difficulties in the supply of crude oil and petroleum products, which sought to offset, or at least attenuate, the damaging impact of any problem, even a very short-term one, which substantially reduces supplies of crude oil and petroleum products, including the serious disruption which such a reduction might cause to economic activity in the Union,
J.   whereas the Commission authorises Member States to grant de minimis aid, provided it is transparent, to firms in the fisheries sector, up to a ceiling of EUR 30 000 over a period of three financial years,
1.  Expresses its support for EU fishermen and calls on the Commission and the Council to take measures to facilitate their activities;
2.  Calls on the Commission to raise the ceiling for de minimis aid in the fisheries sector from EUR 30 000 to EUR 60 000 per firm over a period of three financial years;
3.  Reminds the Commission and the Council of the urgent need to improve security of energy supply in the Union and to keep markets better informed and reassure consumers about the sate of oil stocks, particularly as regards availability in the event of a crisis or a shortage;
4.  Calls on the Commission to propose an action plan to assist coastal regions which have an active fisheries sector;
5.  Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the Commission, the Member States, producer organisations and trawler owners.
Last updated: 11 May 2011SEE: CLICK HERE

It would be hard to make up wouldn't it - the cry has gone out from UKIP's chosen group in The EU which UKIP supports and which UKIP assists in funding to INCREASE subsidies for EU Fishermen - no doubt so that Spanish and French fishing fleets can further destroy the British fisheries and fish stocks.

More EU control of Britain's fisheries and the remaining few boats the EU permits us to use a few days a month.

Sadly that is so very UKIP - and of course who better to ask than Phillipe de Villiers - Farage dare not criticise a single member of his sordid racist, anti homosexual, anti Jewish group as the campaign for more laws, more subsidies, more EU control and deeper engagement as reformists pro EU as his divisive incompetence as a leader has shown he loses followers!

When he loses one or two more his sordid EFD Group will fall below the numbers required to suit his ambitions!

Therein is an inherent part of prostitution, even within The EU - one is forced to sleep with strange partners and perform unpleasant acts if one wishes to be paid!

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